NT31C-ST141B-EV2 - Programmable Terminal - OMRON
This OMRON brand NT31C-ST141B-EV2 Human Machine Interface belongs to the NT SERIES range.
Features: 24V, 18W, Color STN LCD, 8 colors
This OMRON programmable terminal is at your disposal to replace your defective equipment and has a guarantee adapted to your needs.
A range of models with versatile display features and easy operation
The range includes a large, two medium and a small PT with different display devices. The functions and operability of all models are unified, making it easy to replace with another model. Screen data from previous models can be used for all large, medium and small PT models in the series.
Improved SYSMAC Compatibility for Easier System Build
The Device Watch function allows reading and writing I/O memory data and displaying consecutive sections of PLC Data Areas. This function greatly improves the work efficiency of PLC configuration, including the input of the set value in the I/O Units and parameter control. Data can be read from I/O Memory from a user-created screen to activate the application on maintenance screens for tracking.
Programming Console Features
C-Series and CS/CJ-Series ladder programs can be written and read in mnemonic form through the NT631/NT31 screens for easy on-site system maintenance.
I/O Comments Can Now Be Imported
I/O comments can now be imported from ladder program files, such as CX-Programmer files. Imported I/O comments can be used as labels to eliminate the hassle of entering comments. It also avoids I/O allocation errors between the PT and the PLC and reduces the time required to correct these errors.
Full access to SYSMAC CS1/CJ1 series PLCs via a high-speed NT link
Connect to SYSMAC CS1/CJ1 API over high-speed NT link
-The highest serial communication speed in the industry.
-Up to eight NT631/NT31/NT20 units can be connected to a single port.
-Extends up to 500m maximum.
-Essentially the same performance is achieved for NT Links with eight PTs as for an NT Link with a single PT (to refresh digital displays)
Omron was created by Kazuma Tateish in 1933. Based in Kyoto, Japan, Omron Corporation is a global leader in automation. Headed by President Yoshihito Yamada, Omron has approximately 37,000 employees in more than 36 countries who offer products and services in various areas, including automation components and systems, electronic components and medical and paramedical products.